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Will and Gladys bless the Kings Theatre in Brooklyn

It all began with the smoky, sultry, base-heavy dulcets of Mr. Will ‘I Go Crazy’ Downing. Enough adjectives for you?

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Brooklyn’s hosts celebrate Signature Kente Fest Brunch

Downtown Brooklyn was the location for the Signature Kente Fest Brunch and Akwaaba Reception & Networking co-sponsored by Jerry Kobe Adinkra, host of the “Good Morning Diaspora Radio Show,” and the Chamber Coalition.

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WBAI back on air with local control

“We are back unapologetically with more radical, cutting-edge programming,” WBAI radio (99.5FM) General Manager Berthold Reimers said at press time this week.

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Activists demand investigation in cop/youth subway melee

“I am calling on Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez to do the right thing and drop all charges against 15-year-old Marshall and the remaining teens,” demanded Anthony Beckford, president of Black Lives Matter Brooklyn. “He needs to also charge the officer who maliciously and brutally attacked 15-year-old Benjamin Marshall.

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U.S-based journalist detained and jailed in Nigeria

This year New York tri-state area journalist and educator Omoyele Sowore ran for president in Nigeria. He now sits in a Lagos jail.

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9/11 changed the world as we know it

Amsterdam News editor Nayaba Arinde reflect on 9/11

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Jerry Johnson’s Ancestral Wall: ‘Recognizing those who recognized us’

Jerry Johnson is from California. He lives in Ghana. He works in New Ningo. He founded the Ancestral Wall.

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Ghana says they are open for cultural exchange, tourism, visits and relocation

It is official that the Ghanaian government is reaching out to folk from the diaspora to consider the African nation as a viable place to visit, relocate, expand investment opportunities and do business with.

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Ghana is calling folk home from the diaspora

The Gulf Coast of Guinea is calling people to come home from the diaspora to the Motherland—and Ghana specifically.

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Moshood celebrates 25th anniversary with fashion show at Brooklyn’s Restoration Plaza

On Sunday, July 28, everything was about the iconic Moshood “tribal” logo on T-shirts, dresses, skirts, tunics, agbadas, pants, hats, bags and accessories.

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